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60 Obstacles to Meditation

The aggressive and tormenting senses forcibly carry away the mind, Kunteya (Arjuna), even of a man of wisdom and understanding. —  Bhagavad Gita, chapter two, verse 60… 773 more words

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61 Outsmarting Obstacles

He for whom all the senses are held in restraint, sitting intent on Me with his senses under control, his wisdom stands firm. —  Bhagavad Gita, chapter two, verse 61… 668 more words

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58 How darkness dispels the light of illusion

When the senses become withdrawn from their objects, as a tortoise’s limbs are drawn into its shell, one’s wisdom stands firm. — Bhagavad Gita, chapter two, verse 58   925 more words

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57 Distinguishing desires of the mind from other desires

One’s wisdom stands firm by remaining unaffected in all situations, neither rejoicing nor lamenting whether encountering the pleasant or unpleasant. — Bhagavad Gita, chapter two, verse 57  1,199 more words

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56 When you stop chasing happiness you will know joy.

He whose mind is free of the passions of desire, fear and anger is easy of mind in happiness or misfortune, and steady-minded, he is said to be a sage. 750 more words

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62 How To Get What You Want Without Trying

When a man dwells on an object of sense, attraction to that object is born. From attraction, a desire to have it is born, and from this desire anger is born. 865 more words

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55 You are your own best friend.

The Blessed Lord spoke:
Abandoning all desires of the mind, contented in the self by the self, one’s wisdom stands firm. — Bhagavad Gita, chapter two, verse 55  706 more words

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